Amira Dhalla

Amira Dhalla has spent over a decade in technology working on issues related to digital rights, privacy, security, and equity with global organizations and communities. Together, she works with educators and activists to design participatory curriculum and resources to make emerging technology more inclusive, open, and safe. She currently works at Consumer Reports as the Director of Impact Partnerships and Programs with a focus on digital privacy and security. Amira works on projects that improve the cybersecurity and privacy of products and tools in the marketplace, while also tackling topics like discriminatory technologies, deceptive design, and trust and safety.